Sexual harassment lawyers and attorneys help employees and employers in the job workplace. They help employees and their families recover money and other compensation for illegal and discriminatory sexual harassment practices, including abusive work conditions, hostile work environment, and other sexually oriented forms of discriminatory practices, including ADA, family leave, disability, race and ERISA issues. They can assist with wage claims, wrongful demotion or termination, hostile working conditions, whistle-blowing, and other claims with insurance, lawsuits and court trials. For employers, sexual harassment attorneys can review practices and procedures to reduce or eliminate the possibility of suits or claims. They can review and help craft contracts or agreements, such as non-compete and non-solicitation agreements, severance agreements, independent contractor agreements, collective bargaining agreements, and trade secrets. And they can assist in the creation of policy harassment-related documents such as employee manuals and dispute resolution procedures.